Two Exadel employees, Max Katz and Ilya Shaikovsky, got to see their book, Practical RichFaces (2nd Edition), published by Apress last week. This book is perfect for anyone with a basic knowledge of JavaServer Faces who wants to learn how to build AJAX-based applications with RichFaces. The book covers RichFaces 4, which is based on JSF 2. It doesn’t overwhelm you by documenting every last little detail in RichFaces 4, but still covers everything, so that developers at all levels of experience in RichFaces will get a lot out of this book. Read more »
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Our series of webinars for the new RichFaces 4 wraps up next week on Wednesday, June 15, 11:00am Pacific Time. It’s been great sharing our expertise in this area. We’re happy to have another opportunity to talk about RichFaces in this upcoming webinar. Read more »
The final agenda for the combined JAX 2011 conference and JSF Summit (June 20–23 in San Jose, CA) is now online. This is the place for in-depth coverage of the important topics in JSF and also the entire Java ecosystem. Exadel will be out on the exhibit floor on Tuesday and Wednesday to talk to people, and Exadel’s very own Max Katz will be presenting on:
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The second of our RichFaces 4 series of webinars is now history. Max Katz recapped some of the intro material about RichFaces 4 from the first webinar and then carefully analyzed the issues with migrating from RichFaces 3 to 4. There is now one more webinar coming up: Read more »
The first of our RichFaces 4 series of webinars was a great success as Max Katz guided a full webinar audience through what RichFaces 4 has to offer. There are two more webinars coming up: Read more »
RichFaces 4 has just been released! Who better to turn to for understanding this new version than Exadel, the original inventor of RichFaces and the #1 go-to source for RichFaces know-how. To meet the need for information, Exadel is hosting a 3-part series of webinars presented by Max Katz so that you can learn everything you need in order to start using the new RichFaces 4. Individual webinars cover an introduction to RichFaces 4, migration from RichFaces 3 to RichFaces 4, and the newer and more advanced features in RichFaces 4. Read more »
JSFdays started out in 2008 as an annual international conference held in Vienna, Austria covering JavaServer Faces (JSF) and related technologies. The “related technologies” part has grown in importance, so the organizers figured it was time for a new name. Starting with this year’s conference running from April 12 to April 14, it will be called the Conference For Enterprise Software Solutions or CONFESS.
Exadel will be speaking at two conferences over the next 2 weeks. Max Katz is already in Germany at the Herbstcampus Conference. Next week, he and Alexander Smirnov will both be speakers at JavaOne. Here’s a summary of what they’re up to at the two events: Read more »
RichFaces 4 will be officially released later this year. Right now, it’s in alpha.
Want a preview of RichFaces before it comes out? Then this webinar is for you. Read more »